New RHOD star Kameron Westcott has a lot to say about her co-stars in a new interview with Bravo. Kameron says that she feels sorry for Brandi Redmond, says Steph Hollman has the personality of a 5-year-old and shares her thoughts on Cary Deuber and LeeAnne Locken’s fight at the tea.
Bravotv.com: What did you think about Stephanie Hollman saying you had the communication skills of a 5-year-old?
Kameron Westcott: It’s funny to hear that coming from someone who has the personality of a 5-year-old. (Insert fart joke, insert panty joke). We all know Stephanie loves to play the innocent victim, but I am the victim this time and am really hurt by her words. I’m not surprised that she cowardly said that an interview and not to my face.
It’s also ironic because before I started the show, Stephanie said she would be there to support me, but as soon as it started, she disappeared. So either she is the one who lacks communication skills, or LeeAnne Locken is right: she is the definition of two-faced! #Fake
Bravotv.com: What is it like to hear Cary Deuber telling Brandi Redmond that you said you don’t have anything in common with her? Is that what you meant?
KW: I have no issue with Cary saying that to Brandi — I said it. What I meant was that based on my limited knowledge about Brandi from her previous actions, I don’t have much in common with her. She likes to make disrespectful religious jokes, she likes to go to strip clubs and is obsessed with poop and farts. None of those things are on my radar.
Bravotv.com: Tell us about your clash with Brandi and calling you a bitch. Was it really a big misunderstanding? Especially when Brandi gave you that gift saying she apologized to you a lot and that you embarrassed her?
KW: Again, I feel sorry for her. It must be terribly frustrating having such a limited vocabulary that you have to resort to cuss words to express your feelings. Like I have said before, just because you apologize in advance that you are about to slap someone and then slap them, does not make it acceptable. I wouldn’t say it was a big misunderstanding, but I am over it, and I believe in fresh starts. I mean, I got the pinky sparkly bag in the end, so that is all that matters, right? Wink, wink!
Bravotv.com: Why do you think Stephanie and Brandi think you have such an issue with them not being in Dallas society and living in a different zip code?
KW: I don’t, but I think Stephanie and Brandi do. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the zip codes they live in. They just don’t live in Dallas and therefore are literally not part of Dallas society — no judgment, just fact. The area of Dallas I live in apparently has a different culture than what I think they are used to because if they want to be a part of Dallas society, they need to stop cussing and the fart jokes and just act classier. They are insecure for reasons unknown to me and try to flip their insecurity back to me to make me look like I’m pretentious when it’s all in their heads. I mean, the house Stephanie bought is not closer to her kids’ school, so that was a lie — why else is she moving on down to Big D? You tell me. #stairmaster
Bravotv.com: What was it like at the table when Mark said, “Can you pretend to make an effort?” to Cary? What do you think watching their dynamic and this situation?
KW: My husband would be doing the dishes for the rest of his life if he said that to me, especially in front of company. But every couple has their own dynamic, and even though they are constantly snapping at each other, I know they really do love each other and have a great relationship.
Bravotv.com: What do you think about LeeAnne and Cary’s clash? Was this Honest Tea successful?
KW: I honestly think the Honest Tea will only cause more tea to be spilled between LeeAnne and Cary in coming episodes.
Check out a clip from this week’s episode:
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